affray


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  • noun

Synonyms for affray

Synonyms for affray

a quarrel, fight, or disturbance marked by very noisy, disorderly, and often violent behavior

Synonyms for affray

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Pughe told the court he had pleaded guilty to affray in 2011 on the advice of a duty solicitor, but did not really understand what an affray charge was.
Also admitting a single charge of affray were James McAfee, 3 2 , from Lisnablagh Road in Coleraine and 38-year old Christopher McDowell from Castle Walk Mews in Castlerock.
Stephen Buswell, 47, of Eff-ingham Road, Billesley, denied affray.
Andrew Marshall, 48, of Bath Street, Huddersfield, violent disorder and affray - 21 months in prison.
Co-defendant Kieran Vassell, 25, of Hammersmith, west London, was also found guilty of affray, while Kalonji Stewart, 32, of Harborne, Birmingham, was found not guilty of the same offence.
Prosecutor Olivia Checa-Dover said his affray guilty plea included the use of a knife.
21, of 4 Pheasant Court, Auburn, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and common law affray.
Byron Williams, 20, of Edward Henry Street in Rhyl, received 12 months youth custody after admitting affray.
Marsh, from Barry, admitted affray and possession of an offensive weapon at Cardiff Magistrates' Court in January and was sentenced yesterday.
The brothers will appear at Birmingham Magistrates' Court next Thursday, together with two other men, aged 20 and 26, who are also charged with affray.
Five of Gerrard's friends admitted affray and another pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour.
Townsley, who has no previous convictions, admitted affray and was jailed for eight months by a judge who said a message had to go out that street violence was unacceptable.
Summary: Steven Gerrard will give evidence at Liverpool Crown Court later in his trial on a charge of affray.
Today, Merseyside Police said John McGrattan, 33, of Rimmer Avenue, Bowring Park, Liverpool, was charged with affray in connection to the Lounge Inn fight in Southport last year.
Premiership footballer Joey Barton will spend New Year in jail after being remanded yesterday on charges of common assault and affray.